Cupertino, California – In a much-anticipated announcement, Apple has unveiled a new line of MacBook Pros with its latest M2 chip and a sleek updated design.
The new MacBook Pros boast faster performance and longer battery life than their predecessors, thanks to the M2 chip. This chip was designed specifically for Macs and is built using a 5-nanometer process technology, which makes it more power-efficient and capable of delivering high-speed processing.
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In addition to the new chip, the MacBook Pros have a refreshed design, with slimmer bezels and a flatter keyboard that resembles the one found on the company’s desktops. The Touch Bar has been replaced with traditional function keys, and the laptop now comes with a built-in SD card reader and an HDMI port.
The 14-inch MacBook Pro starts at $1,999 and features an M2 chip with eight CPU cores, 16-core GPU, and 16GB of unified memory. The 16-inch model, starting at $2,499, has the same M2 chip but with ten CPU cores and 32-core GPU and 32GB of unified memory.
“We’re excited to introduce the new MacBook Pros, which represent a significant leap forward in power and design,” said Tim Cook, CEO of Apple. “With the M2 chip, our customers will be able to do more than ever before, from intensive video editing to running complex software.”
The new MacBook Pros are available for pre-order starting today and will begin shipping next month.